Many players and leaders consider Partille Cup to be the youth World Championships. And of course, it’s great to win when the world’s best teams and countries participate!
Many players and leaders consider Partille Cup to be the youth World Championships. And of course, it’s great to win Partille Cup. Especially considering that some of the world’s best teams and countries participating! Saturday is the highlight of the week. It’s time for the finals to be played and all finals will be played outdoors at Heden Arena in front a chanting audience creating an supporting atmosphere.
The final day of Partille Cup is filled with emotions, expectations and vibrating excitment. It is now everything will be settled.For some teams the day of the finals also mean sorrow. The disappointment of not making it to the final and the adventure in Gothenburg soon will come to an end. For other teams the day means tension and enormous focus. For the participants in Partille Cup the games will be the last one – silver or gold?
Despite the fact that all teams are winners in their own way it is never the less an achievement to make it to the final. And only 18 of over 1000 participating teams can call themselves champions.
Every summer Partille Cup builds Heden Arena with the capacity of 7 000 spectators. Previous we have completed the final preparations the night before the arrangement, something we intend to change for this coming tournament. Partille Cup would like to invest even more in Heden Arena and use its full capacity. Therefore the final setup will be built in the beginning of the week, with higher stands on the inner field and Dj:s playing music from the start of the group stage as well as during the play off (Tuesday-Friday).
If you have been here before you know that the audience is doing a great effort to cheer their team. Chants in all languages rumbles in the arena and the atmosphere is fantastic. So if you want to see the excitement, drama and dreams come true – do not miss the finals. Your team need the support!
In the very heart of Gothenburg
Saturday, July 7
Chants in all languages rumbles in the arena and the atmosphere is fantastic. So if you want to see the excitement, drama and dreams come true – do not miss the finals.
Heden Arena is built up right on the very center of the largest playing field area - Heden. High stands with the capacity of 7 000 spectators. The inner field also have stands surrounding the fields and chants in all languages rumbles in the arena which creates a fantastic atmosphere.
The finals are played according to the official match program you will find online. Preliminary start is 09.00 where the last game is played 17.30. Both the A and B finals are played simultaneously at the Heden Arena.
Free entrance with the Partille Cup Pass. For those without a pass, entrance tickets will be sold at the central information. Some matches tends to get really crowded - make sure to be there in time.